As well as the work set, don't forget to read your book every day as well as practise your times tables, handwriting and spellings from the Year 5 and 6 spelling list.
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Weekly work for:
Work for w/c Monday 30th March. This work should be done as well as completing the tasks in your CGP books. The activities below are expected to last you 3 weeks:
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Year 6 Chess Lessons
Year 6 Anti-Bullying Posters
Year 6 Traditional African Storytelling at Eltham Library
The last trip of the half term for year 6 was to Eltham Library, where the children listened to traditional African stories with music and dancing. Songs were sang in Swahili accompanied by instruments such as a thumb piano. The storytellers were from Kenya and Tanzania and the children enjoyed hearing stories and taking part in retelling them through dance and song.
National Poetry Day
On the 3rd October it was National Poetry Day and Year 6 looked at Wilfred Owen's poem "Dulce et Decorum est". Their task was to pick a verse of the poem and create a watercolour painting of this verse. The pieces of art included are by Daniel, Fayth, Alex, Zofia and Amelia.
Trip to Horniman Museum
In science Year 6 have been learning about animal classification. We visited The Horniman Museum where we had a workshop and were able to look at different types of animals, putting them into groups from spiders to tiger sharks.
Trip to Chislehurst Caves
Year 6 have been studying World War 2 in History and for their first trip of the year they visited Chislehurst Caves. At the Caves they learnt about the Blitz and experienced where people sheltered at this time. The Caves became a mini town during the war with a church, canteen, post office and even a hospital (where a baby was born) built underground!